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Maker(s):Mumford, David
Culture:American, born England (1937- )
Title:Thirteen?? from the portfolio Concinnitas
Date Made:2014
Type:Print
Materials:Aquatint in Gamblin Portland Black ink on Rives BFK White 300g paper
Place Made:Printed by Harlan & Weaver, Inc.
Measurements:Frame: 31 9/16 in x 37 1/16 in x 2 1/2 in; 80.2 cm x 94.1 cm x 6.4 cm; Sheet: 26 1/8 in x 31 5/8 in; 66.4 cm x 80.3 cm; Plate/Image: 22 in x 28 1/8 in; 55.9 cm x 71.4 cm
Accession Number:  UM 2017.16.8
Credit Line:Gift of Robert Feldman in honor of Lois Beurman Torf (Class of 1946), a great friend
Museum Collection:  University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMASS Amherst
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Description:
Mathematical equation written in white on black background.

Label Text:
"A large part of what a mathematician does may be described as exploring 'things' which they discover through reasoning, which become as real to them as the house they live in but which have no material existence at all." - David Mumford

Tags:
conceptual art; mathematics; science; technology

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